This week was super busy! Monday was transfers, Tuesday we arrived back to Barbosa, and Friday we had to go back to Tunja for almost all day for interviews with the President! However, we were still able to have 15 lessons and....6 new investigators!! That's more than we had all last transfer! And all we are doing is talking to people. It just goes to show that you have to take action first and then you can receive the help. I really like working with Elder Wong and we get along really well. Right now all of his joints hurt because in Cúcuta he got Chikungunya , which is a new virus, well at least I think its new. But the symptoms of the sickness can last for months. I feel bad for him, but he is doing better.
So this week I ate...panza de vaca, which in my terms is the poop sack of the cow. Now let me explain. The other Elders told me that it is a sac in the cow where all of the poop passes before it goes to the intestines. It sits in this sac to be broken down and turned into fertilizer poop. Yum. It was okay, but the slimy texture was the hardest part for me. Anyway, this week should be really good and hopefully we can continue to find new people to teach. Well, I'm confident we will find new people to teach! The work is progressing and no unhallowed hand can stop it! Love you all and thank you for all the support!
Oh yeah something to add to the mass. Our water was cut off again today. So we are crossing our fingers it comes back tomorrow morning.